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Conconully Ranger Station Auction

May 24, 2018

The Forest Service is auctioning six buildings and 0.78 acre of land known as the Conconully Work Center. Formerly known as the Conconully Ranger Station, the Work Center is in the town of Conconully, Washington. Located at 405 Main Street, between Boone Street and Lake Street, adjacent to existing residences and commercial properties. 

The Work Center is surrounded by fence and has six on-site buildings: the former Ranger Station office, a bunkhouse, a warehouse, a barn with adjoined corral and loading chute, a gas and oil house, and a paint storage shed. The land the Work Center sits on was acquired by the Forest Service in 1928. The buildings in existence today were constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s.

Bids accepted September 1, 2018 to October 1, 2018.

Bid Package will be available soon on this site. To receive notification of availability, contact Shane King at email link below.

Open Houses: July 20, July 21, August 10, August 11, September 15  — 9am–3pm

A certified federal appraiser will establish a minimum bid amount. Additional detailed information, including complete property description and maps, is available below or at the Tonasket Ranger Station; or the Okanogan-Wenatchee Supervisor's Office, 215 Melody Lane, Wenatchee, WA.

Parties who may be interested in purchasing the property, are encouraged to contact: Shane King, Realty Specialist, by email: shaneking@fs.fed.us 

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